- New hires will be made over next 18 months and will be in technical and business development roles to support growth in managed services division
- Investment is focused on expanding its Network Operations Centre and managed service capabilities
Datapac, Ireland’s leading technology solutions and services provider, today announced it will create 35 new jobs at its location in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. The jobs are being created as part of a €2.1M investment which is funding significant expansion and enhancement of ICT managed services at Datapac’s Network Operations Centre.
Established in 1982, Datapac provides a comprehensive range of technology solutions and services to customers throughout Ireland. The company’s presence nationwide includes purpose built, state of the art facilities in Wexford and Dublin along with service centre locations around the country.
Datapac will begin recruiting immediately and expects the 35 new hires to be in place by the end of 2018. The job openings will primarily be in technical and business development roles to support Datapac’s expanded managed service offerings.
News of the investment is being celebrated across Enniscorthy and it is hoped that Datapac’s continued success will have a lasting impact on the local economy. Among those welcoming the announcement were Chamber President Maree Lyng and Chief Executive Catriona Murphy “I’d like to join in expressing my pleasure in the recent news of furthur job creation at Datapac” said Maree Lyng. “Datapac has been one of the great success stories Enniscorthy and I look forward to hearing more great news in the future.”
“This news sets a real tangible tone for the tidal change of a more positive future with a positive vision including hundreds and perhaps even thousands of people working in the area of technology and science,’ added Chamber Chief Executive Catriona Murphy. “Each day we do our best to remind people it is equally our own choice to believe positively as it is to believe otherwise, Datapac’s announcement equips me to encourage as many people as possible to believe positively.”